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Living Planet Report 2020

WWF’s New Living Planet Report shows biodiversity continues alarming decline with Freshwater Biodiversity under Greatest Threat

Unsustainable human activity continues to accelerate biodiversity loss, pushing the planet’s natural systems to the brink, according to the latest ...

10 Sep 2020 Read more »
Illegal Wildlife Trade

WWF launches new initiative with ACAMS to Combat the Illegal Wildlife Trade

WWF and the Association of Certified Anti-money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), a global association of financial crime prevention professionals, ...

18 Aug 2020 Read more »
OPY citizen scientists extract microplastics from water samples

OPY: Voices of Conservation

OPY: Voices of ConservationOne hundred fifty passionate youngsters signed up for the 2019-20 One Planet Youth (OPY) Education Programme, set up by ...

07 Aug 2020 Read more »
Largest remnant of protected mangroves are in the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site

Mangroves Play Protector to Hong Kong, Now It’s Our Turn To Protect Them

To mark World Mangrove Day on 26 July, spare a thought for our city’s remaining mangroves.

28 Jul 2020 Read more »
Shark Fin

HK SHARK FIN IMPORTS DOWN 70% SINCE 2009, WWF ANNOUNCES

[HONG KONG – 14 July 2020] WWF-Hong Kong’s work to reduce the demand for shark fin in the city continues to show promising results, with a 40% drop ...

14 Jul 2020 Read more »
European eel

Illegally imported, critically endangered

The critically endangered European eel (Anguilla anguilla) comprises 45% of eel products available on Hong Kong supermarket shelves – despite the ...

09 Jun 2020 Read more »
Bluefin tuna

Is Farmed Fish Sustainable

Wild caught bluefin tuna is one of the most unsustainable seafood dishes in Hong Kong, with the Pacific bluefin tuna listed as vulnerable, Atlantic ...

09 Jun 2020 Read more »
Asian Flyways

WWF Asian Flyways Initiative Grant 2020 announced on World Environment Day

n the occasion of World Environment Day, WWF-Hong Kong is pleased to announce the successful award of WWF Asian Flyways Initiative (AFI) Grant to the ...

05 Jun 2020 Read more »

 

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